fluid transmission

fluid transmission

[¦flü·əd tranz′mish·ən]
(mechanical engineering)
Automotive transmission with fluid drive.
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Hoses are used in automobiles for fluid transmission in various applications such as cooling, heating, power steering and braking among others.
He added : "Every single production activity, regardless of site or challenge will require fluid transmission solutions and this represents opportunities to Pantech.
This accuracy assures the barrier will prevent atmosphere and body fluid transmission, thus, viral transmission.
The fluid transmission preselector gear change was a feature of Daimler.
Again, the feature that nonwovens bring to these materials is the ability to create a tortuous path to prevent particulate and fluid transmission yet allow air and moisture vapor to pass through for comfort properties.
The Ebola virus is the cause of a viral hemorrhagic fever disease that is highly contagious through bodily fluid transmission.
BAE Systems support to the purpose-built Mobile Medical Unit enables underserved urban communities in Bengaluru to avail doorstep access to a team of doctors and nurses and state-of-the-art medical equipment and facilities such as X-Ray, ECG, IV fluid transmission and basic pathological testing.
The poster advertised the new Lanchester motor car with fluid transmission and preselector gear change.
Valve is one of components used for fluid transmission, which is indispensable fluid control equipment in such industries as petroleum, chemical, power station, long-distance pipeline, shipbuilding, nuclear, various low-temperature projects, aerospace and marine oil extraction.
Hybra-Drive's approach is unique in that it has developed a hydraulic fluid transmission to go along with the hydraulic pumps and storage tanks that are used to store energy.